Hyundai was considering it, but the volumes won’t justify the price it will come in at – as it will be imported.
Nothing has been committed by Fiat as of now except that there will be a model refresh somewhere around mid 2014. A lot of people would love to have the 1.6 MJD and the dualogic gearbox. But these are just wishes and we can just hope that they come true. Regards.
Front seats are fine. Rear seats are set quite low. If you are tall, you might find the under thigh support to be inadequate. Corolla Altis remains the benchmark.
we can increase the thing support in the rear or not? if we can increase then it will be like corolla seat?
Cant be done. The seats are set quite low. Its a design thing, so as to not compromise the headroom.
you can also have a look at the fiat linea..
SX4 is nice to drive, but not to be chauffeur driven as the rear seat is not that spacious. I would suggest a car with more rear seat comfort and legroom for you. Sunny would suit you quite well in that aspect. If you have a Fiat dealership in the city, then even the new Linea diesel is worth a look.
try fiat linea diesel it is the best-in-clas ground clearence and the engine is very smooth
Thanks Roshun for ur kind advice but there is no fiat dealership and even if its there the service is pathetic due to association with Tata dealer
please tell me if the sx4 worth buying o
@don varghese sir i think u dont know the fiat has got split from tata and now they are opening their own showroom all over india..
so i htink if u r concern about the service becoz of the tata so now there would be no problem
Fortuner is Diesel & CRV is petrol.
try renault koleos it is very good car
The ride quality is much better on the CRV. Fortuner though is built tougher, has bigger wheels and higher ground clearence. You can just power through bad roads without having to worry about anything. But it will throw you around a fair bit.
mahindra ssangyong rexton is a good option to, though its not so famous but its fortuner in terms of off road and crv in terms of luxury,more or less.
Vista, Sail, Swift and i20 all good options. Will need to decide based on brand affiliations and looks
Diesel, FE, low maintenance, 6L budget – Beat seems to fit the description the best.
why not punto
For a Fuel efficient,low maintenance diesel car..U should go for Chevy Beat… it will easily fit in ur budget…rest a;; diesel hatch are costlier and even the base model wont come in ur budget…
another car that can fit in ur budget is Tata indica EV2
Figo diesel is also a good car. Very value for money, and better to drive than the Fito petrol. You should test drive it also Sail and Swift. Beat if you want to save some money.
The koleos of course has the diesel adventage and is very nice to drive and has minimal or no turbo lag at all.the comfort level and drivability is also very nice and the level of equipment’s is also decent.although diesel unlike modern cars it returns single digit figures only when it comes to real world mileage.then again it wins becase it runs…[Read more]
The USP of the Koleos is its ride quality, which is excellent. It is diesel engined, has ample equipment and is decently efficient. But it looks staid and does not really feel premium. The CRV on the other hand is an excelent all round vehicle that was not selling just because of its petrol engine and associated running costs. The package is…[Read more]
yes..maybe within 6 months
Yes, It’ll come with Auto transmission and is expected to be launch around mid-2013.